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Woman accused of armed robbery at adult store

Anderson is accused of an armed robbery at this business. Anderson is accused of an armed robbery at this business.
ALEXANDER COUNTY, IL (KFVS) -

A woman is accused of leading officers on a chase in Pulaski County, Illinois and also robbing an adult store in Alexander County.

Delora Anderson, 35, was charged with armed robbery, according to Alexander County Sheriff Tim Brown. She is accused of robbing the Pop Roxxx adult store formally known as Brown Bag Video in McClure.

Brown says on Wednesday morning, Pulaski County deputies were tried to pull over a car for a traffic stop.

Then, the car sped off and the pursuit started. Anderson and a male was in the car.

The Alexander County Sheriff's Office heard the car was of the same description as the one they were looking for in connection to the robbery at Pop Roxxx.

Pulaski County deputies took Anderson into custody and she was taken to the Tri-County Jail in Pulaski County on charges there from the chase.

Brown says Anderson is expected to be brought to the Alexander County Jail.

Brown expects more charges on Anderson by next week out of Alexander County.

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